London boutique Greenwich Village is celebrating the finest in home-grown talent with The Best of British Exhibition on the fourth floor of Selfridges in London, from 8 June . Featuring pieces by British designer Tom Dixon, the collection will also include furniture from Modus (pictured), bone china from Voonwong & Bensonsaw and pieces from Art Vinyl’s De-Faced range. Dixon calls it a re-emergence of ‘Britishness’. He says, ‘There is a new confidence and depth that’s increasingly recognised worldwide.’
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